• County employee will do as many as possible now that caseload is at 236 by Jim Boyle Editor Licensed child care workers in Sherburne County will begin seeing more of their licensor. Heather Knutsen, who took over all of the licensing for the county in 2009, came to her supervisor, Jodi Heurung, ...Read More
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• History Center bond being paid off six years early by Jim Boyle Editor The Sherburne County Board of Commissioners has approved the transfer of two funds to pay off the 2005 Heritage Center bond. The result of transfers will be about $119,000 savings from projected interest payments over the li...Read More
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The Elk River wrestlers lost a conference match to Centennial 42-27 on Friday evening at Centennial. The Elks are 1-3 in conference and 6-6 overall. On Thursday at Totino-Grace, the Elks will face the host team and St. Michael-Albertville. Centennial 42, Elk River 27 105—Anthony Meister, ER, pin E...Read More
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Nick Zwack scored both goals for Monticello-Annandale-Maple Lake as the Moose edged the Rogers Royals 2-1 on Saturday evening in Rogers. Goalie Nathan Isaacson stopped 24 of 25 shots for MAML (6-4 conference, 8-13 overall). Vinnie Billing scored in the first period for the Royals (3-5 conference, 6-...Read More
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  Elk River-Zimmerman rolled to a 6-2 win over Coon Rapids at home on Saturday evening, and heads into the final week of the regular season with an 18-4-1 record. Abbie Canton knocked in two goals and assisted on another for the Elks. The Zimmerman senior leads the team in both goals (17) and a...Read More
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  The Elk River Elks overcame a stout zone defense by Buffalo to defeat the Bison 52-43 on Saturday afternoon in Buffalo. “We knew Buffalo would be scrappy and came after us,” said Elk coach Reed Caouette. “They did a good job covering our perimeter shooters and slowing Abi do...Read More
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